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Hello guys! I am back with a new place for you to visit…. Bliss House! If you’re a fan of all floral and pretty things, I daresay you will LOVE the concept of Bliss House!
Bliss House is secretly tucked away in a corner at ‘The Central’ (Clarke Quay). To be honest, I would never have noticed this place if I weren’t invited there, cause I only visit Clarke Quay to club (which really isn’t often nowadays). But I am really excited to have discovered this garden of eden!
When I stepped in for the first time, it’s as if I walked through the wardrobe that leads to Narnia, just that I didn’t arrive in Narnia but into a Secret Garden instead. It’s filled with flowers, grass, and white furniture which I absolutely adore! My limited vocabulary can’t describe the place well so just look at the photos below :)
*Photos not watermarked with ohhhoney is credited to Blisshouse
Let’s move on to the food! The canapés were really good! They came in a good mix of sweet and savory and were easy to eat while we mingled and downed our champagnes.
I especially loved the ‘Teriyaki Chicken in a Spoon’ & the Dark Chocolate cake (which tasted surprisingly like awfully chocolate’s cake which I love by the way!). You can always liven up the party by having a stand-up canapés & champagne style rather than the usual sit-down main course style!
Jewelry making classes are on every Sunday, 3-5pm, at Blisshouse and will cost $45 per pax. This includes course materials & 1 beverage (soft drink or coffee/tea). If you’re keen in picking up a new skill, call 97211321 for registration or enquiries :)
I think I have no talent or whatsoever in bead-weaving or any handicraft cause it took me really long to understand how the whole thing works! Do you know how many times I had to redo the entire thing? More than 10 times at the very least!
All of us were shouting out for help but our super nice instructor patiently taught us over and over how to do it.
This was what I accomplished at the end of the class. It’s unfinished, so I took it home to complete it.
Thank you, Bliss House, for having us that night!
6 Eu Tong Sen Street,
#03-21, The Central,
Phone: (65) 6225 5532